operation under a given set of conditions; use the potassium permanganate
test for the elimination of hypo. Recheck whenever the washer is used under
different conditions. Repeated checking of performance in this manner will
allow the operator to determine the time required for complete washing of
various quantities, sizes, and weights of prints at a given water
temperature and rate of water flow.
c. Removing prints.
(1) Turn off the power switch to the motor.
(2) Raise the cylinder by pressing down on the foot pedal until it is
held by the pedal lock.
(3) Rotate the cylinder by hand until the index pin locks the cylinder
(4) Release the door locks and open the door. Remove the prints and
place them on the door to drain.
d. Shutting down washer.
(1) Remove all prints from the washer (c above).
(2) Turn off the shutoff valve (figure 32).
(3) Open the drain valve (figure 32) to drain the tank.
(4) Wipe the tank and cylinder with a clean dry cloth.
What is the sole purpose for the foot pedal on the washer?
To insure that the prints to be washed do not stick together in the
wash, how should you place them into the washer?